Harley-Davidson Unveils All-New 2023 CVO Motorcycles with Revolutionary Designs and Advanced Technology
Harley-Davidson has been known for producing some of the most iconic motorcycles in the world, and since 1999, their Custom Vehicle Operations™ (CVO™) motorcycles have been the epitome of luxury and performance.
Now, Harley-Davidson has announced two new 2023 CVO motorcycles, the all-new CVO Street Glide® and CVO Road Glide®, which will be officially premiered on June 7, 2023.
According to Jochen Zeitz, Chairman, President, and CEO of Harley-Davidson, these motorcycles represent a new era of innovation, design, engineering, and technology that redefines the boundaries of CVO.
Harley-Davidson CVO motorcycles are limited-production motorcycles that deliver the ultimate in refinement of styling, design, craftsmanship, and attention to detail, along with top-of-the-line performance.
With the introduction of the all-new 2023 CVO Street Glide and 2023 CVO Road Glide, Harley-Davidson has completely reimagined two of its most iconic motorcycles, breaking the mold and resetting the bar for the pinnacle Harley-Davidson riding experience.
Brad Richards, Harley-Davidson Vice President of Design and Creative Director, commented on the design of the new motorcycles, stating that they bring a cohesive and dynamic flow from the front fenders to the saddlebags.
The all-new batwing fairing featured on the 2023 CVO Street Glide model offers an evolved profile, exhibiting a faster overall gesture and more swept windshield. Undercuts beneath the headlamp are more pronounced, and turn indicators are integrated as opposed to external units.
In addition, the silhouette and graphic outline of the batwing fairing have been modernized with updated surfacing, and the new fairing integrates in design with the fuel tank, side covers, and saddlebags.
The all-new 2023 CVO Road Glide model fairing presents an aggressive update to the MY22 “sharknose” design and integrates with the fuel tank, side covers, and saddlebags.
In addition, the single LED headlamp has a wide, horizontal shape, yet appears to have twin elements, recalling a key feature of all previous Road Glide model fairings, and turn signal lamps are integrated within the outer portions of the signature lighting.
Both models feature the new Milwaukee-Eight® VVT 121 engine, all-new suspension, all-new infotainment system, and are offered with two paint/finish options.